that rights are somehow zero sum. certainly some people can think of their rights which overrun other people. talking in the movie theater, i would not consider it a valid right. just a point for me. most of the time when you get to be able to get into a school because you're black and you weren't allowed to get in before, that's an opportunity generally. here he is, here is a point of view that disagree was that. john harris and jonathan martin wrote in politico that obama's speech was an argument for liberal causes. quote, it demonstrated there are more people on his side, immigrants, minorities, liberal-minded young people and women, beneficiaries of big government, than there are on the other side, older whites, cultural traditionalists, wealthy and upper middle class earners, who recoil at what they see as the remorseless expansion of government and resent being stuck with the bill. i don't believe every bit of rights extended to people carries a price tag. i think you can give opportunity to gay people, to minorities, to young people, to all kinds of people. that doesn't mean, oh, somebody else isn't getting it. i don't buy that, and also somebody else is going to have to pay for it.